I’ve changed gears to focus on freelance design and development this past year and I’m happy to say that in terms of client relations, there have been fewer misunderstandings and [...]
Category Archive for ‘Design’
For WordPress projects, I prefer to keep admin views totally separate from public views, which is why some users dislike the admin toolbar. I usually disable the toolbar, but still [...]
Raise your hand if you never went to art school. For better or worse I jumped into interactive design without learning design fundamentals. Instead I worked backwards, self-educating intensely, even now.
Today Geoff Fox tipped me off to something ironic: the website for Republican congressional candidate Daria Novak is using a WordPress theme I designed back in 2008 for Obama supporters.
At the beginning of each new year, I do some navel-gazing about where I should be career-wise. I look over my portfolio and take note of things I could have done differently.
Using a simple button example to remind myself about the fundamentals of user interaction and expectations.
This spring brought a few surprises which inspired the site redesign. The biggest was that my wife got into grad school in NYC so we’re currently scrambling to find an apartment and start new lives. It also means I’ll be taking the plunge and beginning a freelance design career.